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Bridging Programs: Pathways to Equity in Post-Secondary Education
The purpose of this report is to review the evidence related to how well existing PSE bridging programs support and enable underrepresented youth to access, persist, and complete a PSE program. To close the PSE opportunity ...
Growing the Grassroots: Strategies for Building the Organizational Capacity of Youth-Led Organizations and Initiatives
The long-term viability of youth-led organizations and initiatives necessitates investment in organizational capacity-building work. By building organizational capacity, grassroots youth-led organizations and initiatives ...
How to Save a Marsh
Surviving Racist Culture: Strategies of Managing Racism among Gay Men of Colour - An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
Racism, a unique source of stress, occupies a peripheral point of analysis in the literature on gay, lesbian, and bisexual (GLB) health research. Canadian investigators have not examined the coping strategies that non-White ...
Prospects for Prosperity in the Caribbean: A vision and tool for planning and policymaking
This Major Research paper asks the questions: What would an ecologically sustainable, system-thinking based vision for planning and development in the Caribbean look like? And how can systems dynamics modelling help to ...
To: You, From: Me
What Lies Ahead
Summer 2012 Newsletter
In this issue: Meet the Research Team (RT) & Advisory Committees (ACs). As we prepare to launch Phase 1 of our research, web-‐based surveys with LGBTTQ home care users starting in the fall, we’re working on modifying ...
Japan: Shining A Light On the Land of the Rising Sun
Proceedings & Essays of the 20th Annual Glendon College International Studies Symposium.
Contracting Care: Evaluating the effects of the "Second Generation Health System Strategy' on the contracting environment for community organizations in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver
This paper examines the impacts of the Downtown Eastside ‘Second Generation Health System Strategy’ (2GHSS) on the contracting environment for community organizations and programs receiving funding from the regional health ...
Voice in the Field of Translation Studies/De questionnement en questionnement
(Éditions québécoises de l'oeuvre, collection Vita Traductiva, 2013)
Working from the metalanguage of Translation Studies, where ‘voice’ is used to describe a large and diffracted set of enunciative characteristics, this introduction defines intratextual voices using Anthony Pym’s concept ...
Housing First in Canada: Supporting Communities to End Homelessness
(Canada Homelessness Research Network, 2013)
Housing First has proven to be a realistic, humane and effective way of responding to homelessness. Housing First in Canada: Supporting Communities to End Homelessness is the first book that examines how this approach has ...
Introduction to Metadata and Metadata Applications: Course Outline (MO-LIBR10035)
Metadata is structured information about an information resource of any media type or format and can be considered an an extension of traditional library cataloguing. Examines the fundamental concepts of metadata and applies ...
Costa Rica Virtual Corridor Project: Forest Connectivity
Professor Felipe Montoya has presented York University’s Las Nubes ecological corridor forest fragmentation as an problem that must be solved. Roads have fragmented the ecological corridor, with a potential for hydrodams ...
Raccoons' intrusion into urban dwellings: GIS application on urban wildlife study
The history of raccoons entering urban life of human can go back to the beginning of the 20th century (Lariviere, 2004; Bateman & Fleming, 2012). While some people see this animals as rewarding wilderness encounter, others ...
18th International Studies Symposium Event Brochure
The Costa Rican Ecological Corridor and Wildlife Connectivity Project Part III: Understanding Animal Movement
The Alexander Skutch Biological Corridor located in Costa Rica is home to a region possessing one of the “richest concentrations of species and ecosystem diversity in the world ” (Miller, Chang & Johnson 2001, p.7). The ...
Does the City of Mississauga need More Car Pool Lots? A Geographic Information Systems Analysis using QGIS Software
Traffic congestion is a common issue in many cities across the nation. It is no doubt that the rapidly increasing population and the reliance on automobiles have played a pivotal role in this problem. As Ontario’s third ...
GIS-based Analysis of a Solar Panel Implementation Project in the North York Region
Renewable technologies such as solar panels are clean energy alternatives that have much lower negative environmental impacts than conventional energy technologies. They contribute to mitigate the issue of global warming/climate ...